5 Hotel Inspired Bath Trends

When it comes to remodeling projects, bathrooms have moved to the top of the list. Thanks to HGTV, home decorating magazines, and our traveling experiences this room is transforming into a sanctuary to relax and unwind, letting that spa vacation experience last just a little while longer.
As I'm traveling, I like to study the design details in hotels to see how they can be carried over into everyday life. So what do we need to create a bathroom with a splash? Homeowners are recognizing the value in paying for products that are well designed and of good quality. Let's take a look at 5 favorites.
1. Lavish toilets – The Toto Neorest toilet is by far the most lavish of them all. This integrated all-in-one toilet system boasts an automated seat cover that opens as you get near, and even has massage functions. It comes with a variety of features, and the top of the line is only $25,000! A high end showroom in Singapore sells 10 a month.
2. Glass panels - are installed to separate the bathing area from the toilet. European hotels with minimal space have been using this feature for several years to contain water in the combination tub/shower.
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The Toto Neorest! http://www.randidestefano.com/bathrooms-splash-trend-follow/
Glass Panels! http://www.randidestefano.com/bathrooms-splash-trend-follow/
Mosaic Tiles! http://www.randidestefano.com/bathrooms-splash-trend-follow/ (Fabulous Pic From Feniture.com)

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  • Randi Destefano Randi Destefano on Oct 29, 2012
    It's something else, huh?
  • Victoria D Victoria D on Sep 27, 2014
    Didsomeone miss the fact that we are people who can't or won't spend so much for such a frivolity and that its why we DYI and get ideas from one another. Also is possible some people are using Hometalk to s utterly advertise there Businesses Hum. What do you Guys think, I see Steve its on the money.